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Episode of the popular 50's TV game show "What's My Line" with guest stars Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz. Complete with original commercials for Remington Rand Shavers.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Production Company: Goodson-Todman Productions
Audio/Visual: Sound, Black and White
Keywords: Classic TV; I Love Lucy; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; Game Show; Fifties; 1950's; 50's
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Hi, I'm Yugi Moto and I enjoyed this incredibly awesome TV broadcast.
Subject: I Love it!
I love this show, It's better than today's TV by a mile!
Subject: Not a review, But...
Info on this show from Wikipedia & IMDb:
It was made by Goodson-Todman Productions and aired on CBS.
Much of the first 2 years of the show were destroyed by CBS.
It ran for 876 episodes
This is a Kinescope Recording.
4 episodes of the show were released on DVD by a company called Alpha Video in 2008.
Tenor madman -
Subject: Dont' miss!
For a What's my line? fanatic like me, this is a real treat to see! The WML fan site says this episode aired live October 2nd, 1955. I'm always fascinated by how strikingly different people seemed to interact with one another as opposed to the way we do today. WML is kind of a classy affair in general. No four letter words, or bawdy humor here. And the moderator John Charles Daly is known for his eloquent obfuscation in order to try to keep the panel off of the path!
To me, it's also cool to see the actual commercials included because they are a part of the flow of the program as it actually happened. On GSN, when the show airs, all that is of course, replaced with today's advertising.
Lucy (wearing a pink mink blouse according to Dorothy) and Desi have a lot of fun with the panel. I'll say no more about that.
There's also a bit of fun with one of the other contestants, too! You'll have to see that for yourself as well.